"hej-duk" (2003)

"hej-duk," 2003
Cedar, 119 x 107 x 141 inches.
© Ursula von Rydingsvard, courtesy the artist and Galerie Lelong, New York.

"The memory that I do have (although I’ve thought about it so much that I’m not sure what I’m projecting and what was the memory itself) is that I remember sitting on steps and having on something like a nightgown. This nightgown was made of a raw linen that was quite stiff, and it folded in ways that had almost mountainous landscapes to it- a kind of erect landscape that made all kinds of indentations and crevices, little hilltops and so on...That’s a memory that has vagueness in it, but I’ve dipped into it a lot."

- Ursula von Rydingsvard

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